A new video series produced by the Baltimore County Department of Economic and Workforce Development explores what makes Baltimore County a great place to live and work. “Next Up Baltimore County” features interviews with local business leaders, entrepreneurs and educators.

“Next Up Baltimore County’ looks at our business and educational communities and introduces viewers to diverse people, resources, and stories,” said Will Anderson, Director of the Baltimore County Department of Economic and Workforce Development.

Next Up: Advanced Manufacturing

The first edition of “Next Up,” highlights advanced manufacturing, maker spaces such as Fab Lab Baltimore, and schools and colleges in the make, learn and work movement.

  • Have an invention? Make it. – Get involved with Fab Lab Baltimore, a makerspace open to the public at CCBC Catonsville. Watch segment
  • Cultivating Inventors – Take an inside look at some of the impressive inventions being produced by Pikesville High School students. Watch segment
  • Capturing the World in 3D – Find out how 3D scanning is being used for manufacturing, special effects and changing people’s lives. Michael Raphael, founder of Direct Dimensions, a global leader in 3D scanning, offers insight. Watch segment
  • Fighting Cancer with Tiny Holes – Learn how tiny holes are helping in the fight against cancer. Mike Adelstein, founder of Photo Photonics, takes Next Up through his laboratory at [email protected] to see cutting edge laser technology at work.

 

A new video series produced by the Baltimore County Department of Economic and Workforce Development